Career conversations
“Develop me, or I am history” – employee, perhaps yours

©2013 GlobalLogic Inc.

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01 What is the problem?
02 What to do?
03 What about me?

©2013 GlobalLogic Inc.

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01 So, what’s the problem?

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Career conversations

Companies require growth
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Do more for less
Meet milestones
Improve quality
Do more project...
Career conversations

Why career development isn’t happening?
Not enough time

It sets unrealistic expectations
Big expect...
02 Talk is cheap, right? Wrong!

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Career conversations

This is not your role to
do the heavy lifting
of employees career.All
you need is talk!

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Career conversations

Less is more!

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Become unbalanced

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% for employee
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Cultivate curiosityYou do not need to have all answers, but
you must have questions
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The model

HINDSIGHT

INSIGHT

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FORESIGHT
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Hindsight part
Hindsight gives a clear view of skills and strengths

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Values — what is m...
Career conversations

Say goodbye to career leader

now is

Onward and upward

Forward and toward
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Career conversations

Climbing wall wisdoms
− Wisdom 1: The top doesn’t have to be the goal
− Wisdom 2: There are countles...
Career conversations

Split the conversation

How?

What?
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Career conversations

Development dictionary

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03 Now to How

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Career conversations

How
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Open the door

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The employee expresses an interest in
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03 And what about me?

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Career conversations

Are you ready to

innovate?

Start with

yourself!
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Career conversations

Want to learn more?
Presentation is based on the book by
Beverly Kaye and Julie Winkle Giulioni

Hel...
02 Q&A
Discussion

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Thank you

Vitaliy Pelekh
vitaliy.pelekho@globallogic.com

©2013 GlobalLogic Inc.

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Віталій Пелех, Senior Project Manager компанії GlobalLogic, 5 листопада 2013 року на PM Talk розповів про те, як з людьми розмовляти про кар'єру так, щоб вони самостійно розвивались в потрібному напрямку.

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Vitaliy Pelekh career-conversVitaliy Pelekh — Career conversations (PM Talk in GL Lviv on November 5, 2013)ations

  1. 1. Career conversations “Develop me, or I am history” – employee, perhaps yours ©2013 GlobalLogic Inc. CONFIDENTIAL
  2. 2. 01 What is the problem? 02 What to do? 03 What about me? ©2013 GlobalLogic Inc. CONFIDENTIAL
  3. 3. 01 So, what’s the problem? CONFIDENTIAL
  4. 4. Career conversations Companies require growth − − − − − Do more for less Meet milestones Improve quality Do more projects Get higher scores and better feedbacks Team development will help you meet your goals CONFIDENTIAL
  5. 5. Career conversations Why career development isn’t happening? Not enough time It sets unrealistic expectations Big expectations = big disappointment Project status quo Only for high potentials Why bother … they will just leave Only this gives a significant return on the development you invest Not my job It’s the employees job CONFIDENTIAL
  6. 6. 02 Talk is cheap, right? Wrong! CONFIDENTIAL
  7. 7. Career conversations This is not your role to do the heavy lifting of employees career.All you need is talk! CONFIDENTIAL
  8. 8. Career conversations Less is more! 2 hours = 12*10 minutes CONFIDENTIAL
  9. 9. Career conversations Become unbalanced 10 % for you 90 CONFIDENTIAL % for employee
  10. 10. Career conversations Cultivate curiosityYou do not need to have all answers, but you must have questions − − − − − − I am comfortable entering the conversation not knowing how it will turn out I can suspend judgment and skepticism I expect to be surprised when I talk with others I can suspend my need to fix situations and solve problems I am sincerely interested in what most people have to say I believe there is no shame in admitting I do not understand something − − − − − − CONFIDENTIAL I ask questions without having a right answer in mind I am energized by founding out what makes others tick I am motivated to dig deeper when I sense hesitancy I enjoy learning things about people that I didn’t know before I am comfortably following someone else’s lead in a conversation I believe that people are interesting and complex
  11. 11. Career conversations The model HINDSIGHT INSIGHT CONFIDENTIAL FORESIGHT
  12. 12. Career conversations Hindsight part Hindsight gives a clear view of skills and strengths − − − − − − Values — what is most important Interests — what keeps them engaged Dislikes — what they want to steer clear of INSIGHT Preferences — how do they like to work Weaknesses — what they struggle with Feedbacks — who’s feedback is important Clarity in this factors makes further action focused CONFIDENTIAL
  13. 13. Career conversations Say goodbye to career leader now is Onward and upward Forward and toward CONFIDENTIAL
  14. 14. Career conversations Climbing wall wisdoms − Wisdom 1: The top doesn’t have to be the goal − Wisdom 2: There are countless ways to get from point A to point B − Wisdom 3: Sometimes it requires a move down the wall a bit − Wisdom 4: You can choose safer or riskier moves CONFIDENTIAL
  15. 15. Career conversations Split the conversation How? What? CONFIDENTIAL
  16. 16. Career conversations Development dictionary CONFIDENTIAL
  17. 17. 03 Now to How CONFIDENTIAL
  18. 18. Career conversations How − − − − − − − − Set expectations in advance Set aside time Set up opportunities to use what is learned Set a date for deep brief Mentoring + networking = mentworking Experience based learning Development deals … CONFIDENTIAL
  19. 19. Career conversations − Open the door − − − − − − − − The employee expresses an interest in learning something new Job responsibilities or expectations change The employee shares a concern or lack of confidence New project launches Old project ends Milestones are met Milestones are missed − − − − − − − CONFIDENTIAL Uncertain times in the industry or organization The employee takes on a new opportunity or assignment The employee inquires about an opportunity Any errors or mistakes are made The employee demonstrates extra effort or interest Lack of effort or interest is noticed The employee appears to be struggling Things are going poorly Things are going well
  20. 20. 03 And what about me? CONFIDENTIAL
  21. 21. Career conversations Are you ready to innovate? Start with yourself! CONFIDENTIAL
  22. 22. Career conversations Want to learn more? Presentation is based on the book by Beverly Kaye and Julie Winkle Giulioni Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go CONFIDENTIAL
  23. 23. 02 Q&A Discussion CONFIDENTIAL
  24. 24. Thank you Vitaliy Pelekh vitaliy.pelekho@globallogic.com ©2013 GlobalLogic Inc. CONFIDENTIAL

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